Meerut hospital imposes ban on Muslim sufferers, commercial in newspaper

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi. The Valentis Cancer Hospital of Meerut has additionally eliminated an commercial for it within the Meerut version of the each day newspaper Dainik Jagran. The commercial states that the hospital will now not recruit new Muslim sufferers till it studies on being corona adverse. Such situation just isn’t for individuals of different faith. However, some particular Muslims are exempted from this rule.

According to media studies, the hospital mentioned in its commercial on 17 March, "We even have many Muslim sufferers not following the principles and directions (like placing on a masks, being a pigeon with a affected person, caring for hygiene and so on.) And are indecent from the workers. <! –

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                 For the protection of the hospital workers and sufferers, the hospital administration requests the brand new Muslim sufferers to get medical advantages solely after getting a report of coronavirus an infection (Kovid-19) by themselves and one of many tenants and the report comes adverse. This rule will stay in impact till the corona epidemic continues.

According to The Wire's report, Meerut police mentioned on Twitter that they’ve requested Inchouli police to take motion on this regard. However, the Incholi police station says that there isn’t any want for motion at their stage.

SHO Brijesh Kumar Singh informed The Wire, 'They haven’t mentioned that Muslims is not going to be allowed. The solely objectionable factor in it was that Hindus and Jains had been known as miser, about which they’ve apologized. Therefore, it doesn’t seem that any motion is required on the stage of the police station. But nonetheless we’re wanting into the matter and motion can be taken if required.

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